No. A hallmark of OCD is that the thoughts are intrusive, and a person must try to ignore, suppress, or neutralize them. Therefore, if you are experiencing thoughts that you enjoy, they are not OCD thoughts.
Say there are two people who have thoughts about harming someone. One person is afraid of the thoughts, they attempt to get rid of the thoughts, and they do whatever it takes to make sure that they do not do any harm to anyone. This person probably has OCD, and feels very guilty for having these thoughts. The other person enjoys the thoughts, even entertains the idea of buying a weapon, or begins to follow the person that he is thinking of harming to get to know what the person’s patterns are during the day, where he works, lives, goes to eat, etc. This is not OCD, these are potentially dangerous behaviors and ought to be taken very seriously, especially if he enjoys these thoughts.